And too often it just picks the easy choice, like the president of the United
States, which it has chosen 19 times! But this year, the choice is strange and
person of the year is YOU.
I guess the idea is that blogs, social networks and sites like YouTube make
us all the center of attention -- we drive the content.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but Russia is changing by the minute, North Korea
is rattling sabers, Israel is under increasing threat, disease and hunger is
ravaging the Third World and, oh, the Middle East is a heartbeat away from all-out
chaos -- and Time thinks blogs are the biggest thing that happened in 2006?
Are blogs changing your world? Let us know (and not just by sending a link
to your blog) by writing to [email protected].
Posted by Doug Barney on December 19, 2006 at 11:52 AM
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